Although it came with a full set of inks I am doing some research ahead of time for when it comes to needing more. Your name or email address: If your using normal canvas cotton weave with universal primer on it then shrinkage wouldnt be a problem, but if not you can compensate that with the lower DPI settings anyway. If youre having a problem with canvas an option is to experiment with it to get the best settings. Hi Joe, You certainly have a dinosaur there but one thats not quite extinct.
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You may well find it easy to get Canon cartridges to fit your printer but the chips will make them unsuitable so they wont actually register in your printer. Share This Page Tweet.
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Am going to try and adjust media type length setting on the media profile i have set aside for canvas and see what happens. Jan 18, Messages: Do you already have an account?
For some reason I haven’t quite worked out yet printing at dpi results in a black line every 27mm and still ends up short! Although it came with a full set of inks I am doing some research ahead of time for when it comes to needing more. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
No, create an account now. I have seen some which look almost identical. Wicklow Camon Printer Model: Either way being an older machine it is now discontinued and although inks are still available Im looking at the options.
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Log in or Sign up. My question is are any if the cannon cartridges compatible? Your name or email address: As far as the chips are concerned you will just have to disable the ink monitoring to be able to continue to print but just dont turn off your printer if you go that route. Canon were, BUT 3D is better.
If your using normal canvas cotton weave with universal primer on it then shrinkage canpn be a problem, but if not you can compensate that with the lower DPI settings anyway.
It is dye based ink, any suggestions will be greatly received!
Question you said you upgraded your printer firmware with a Canon upgrade, thats very interesting but from which Canon printer was this firmware from. Do you have or have you used on of these printers as have another could of questions regarding media types and colour profiles – as it wasn’t officially listed as printing on canvas it will happily do it however there are no profiles in the default media types – while searching Camon have seen the pro graph app to load additional profiles.
Does your printer use dye or pigment inks, the reason I asked is that third party inks would be more suitable to use with your current set of cartridges and be far cheaper. Yes, my password is: The pro graph range of Canon plotters would be suitable but I dont think you have taught this thing thought.
Dec 17, Messages: The HatDec 22, The ink monitoring can only be turned off when your printer signals you that youre out of ink, then it becomes possible, and the best way to know how much ink is left in the cartridge is to weight it. The reason I asked and hoped for was that if you had used a Canon upgrade you then might have being able to use the same models cartridges in your printer, for which there would have being ARC chips available.
Or new inks with http: If youre having a problem with canvas an option is to experiment with it to get the best settings.
C2236 there any future in refilling? Hi Joe, You certainly have a dinosaur there but one thats not quite extinct.
The pro graph inks are much the same as the smaller printers so getting inks wont be a problem, you can try http: The only options you have with your printer is to either use OEM cartridges and inks or refill the cartridges with 3rd party inks, either ways you probably wont need to use additional profiles.
The HatDec 17, I have posted this in the Canon section as I believe the range was bought out by Canon and I have been told that more recent cannon versions even use the same printhead.